Taiwan on April 9th angrily condemned accusations and demanded an apology from the chief of WHO (World Health Organization) Dr.Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. Dr.Tedros said he had been subjected to racist comments from Taiwan for months. Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen said Taiwan's 23 million people have been excluded from international organizations and Taiwan knows better than anyone else what itfeels like to be discriminated against and isolated. A Kenyan professor who has been in Taiwan for a number of years, Dr.Kennedy Ondieki said as a black, he has never felt any form of discrimination during the period he has lived in Taiwan. Dr.Kennedy Ondieki is a Kenyan and a native speaker of Swahili. He once taught African music, Swahili and culture at national Cheng Chih University in Taiwan, one of the most prestigious universities.
- 19 April, 2020
- Carlson Wong
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